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Dubai - Yasmine El Tohamy - Mokhtar Mokhtar has resigned as head coach of Entag El-Harby after almost four years in charge of the Military club.
The 68-year-old took over Entag El-Harby back in March 2017, leading the team in 122 games across five seasons.
Overall, he won only 34 out of 122, drawing 43, while losing 45, with the team scoring 127 goals and conceding 151.
Mokhtar was the longest serving head coach in the Egyptian Premier League of current managers and Entag El-Harby was the only club to not change their head coach in the last two years.
However, after a disappointing start to the 2020/21 Egyptian Premier League season, which saw the team win just once from their opening seven games, Mokhtar has decided to end his time with the Military club.
Prior to his time with Entag, Mokhtar had stints Ghazl El-Mahalla, Petrojet, Al Masry, ENPPI, and Ittihad of Alexandria as well as Saudi side Al Wahda and Dhofar of Oman.
He also served as an assistant manager to Manuel José during the Portuguese’s first stint as Al Ahly manager.
Entag currently sit 17th on the league table with just five points and will hope to improve their form when they face bottom-placed El-Gaish next Friday.
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